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Learning, literacy, feminism: empowering reluctant readers using The Hunger Games

Popular fiction can have a dramatic impact on young people?s willingness to read, as the Harry Potter franchise has demonstrated, but three researchers suggest that other lessons may also be learned. To test their theory, they set up a girls-only book club to study the popular series, The Hunger Games. Their findings are now available in a detailed case study.
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